B'nai Israel Congregation
B'nai Israel Congregation and Talmud Torah is an egalitarian conservative congregation with an emphasis on spirituality, education, social action and community. The congregation started in 1925. In that year, a house was purchased to act as a synagogue and school, and membership dues were $12 annually. In 1973 the congregation moved its current location. It is the home of Consolidated Hebrew School for children from five different conservative congregations. Along with a chapel, the facilities have a sanctuary, atrium, family clubhouse, youth lounge, pavilion and garden. The congregation is affiliated with United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism.
- Fax: 301-881-6221
- Hours: Minyan Schedule: Mon - Fri, 7:15am; Sun - Thu, 8pm; Sun, 9am; Friday evening services: 6:14pm; Shabbat services: 9am, 12:30pm
- Handicap Accessible: Yes
- Denomination: Jewish - Conservative
- Congregation size: 1,300
- Services: Study groups, Youth programs